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Toy Rubber Ducks Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Toy Rubber Ducks Puzzle Details:

About: The yellow rubber duck has achieved an iconic status in Western pop culture and is often symbolically linked to bathing. The earliest rubber ducks were made from harder rubber and were not capable of floating, but instead were intended for use as chew toys. Sculptor Peter Ganine created a sculpture of a duck in the 1940s, then patented it and reproduced it as a floating toy, of which over 50,000,000 were sold. Modern toy rubber ducks come in a variety of shapes and sizes but they keep the traditional yellow color. In today's puzzle we feature a variety of such toys; the ducks are dressed up as pirates, medics, super heroes, pop stars and more. Click start and give it a try!
Puzzle Of The Day On: 13/Jan/2018

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